Bordering a Square with its beautiful terrace in summer, very quiet compared to the bustle of the nearby Pigalle district, this Lebanese catering and restaurant, offers a menu of typical dishes with the famous mezzés, the houmous, the eggplant puree, the chich taouk (chicken marinated in a sort of aioli with lemon, then grilled), the djaj mechwi (roasted chicken), the samké harra (fish spiced with sesame paste), the kibbé (meat spread over a board or shaped bites) or the falafel and pastries. The products are fresh, quality, and the welcome is pleasant. And as the restaurant does not sell wine, a corkscrew is available and each person is invited to come with his/her own bottle. Practical: the service is adapted to the times of the neighbouring theatres and the home delivery or at the office operates for Clichy, Levallois-Perret, and first, second, 3rd, 8th, 9th, and 10th and the 17th district.
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